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Old 05-24-2012, 07:53 AM
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Exclamation EDE 155cc inj. DIY kit

Just wondering if anybody could tell me how well these nozzles work. If they work like fully built 155cc injectors or any problems it could cause. Contemplating getting this because I don't want to pay for bigger sticks right now!!

www.elitedieselengineering.com - Stage1DIYInjectorKit

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Old 05-24-2012, 08:28 AM
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Warren stock rebuilds are 155/stock nozzles for less and already built with warranty
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looks like it's only a nozzle upgrade. With no actual machine work to make them bigger i highly doubt that they're true 155's.
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Warren stock rebuilds are 155/stock nozzles for less and already built with warranty
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looks like it's only a nozzle upgrade. With no actual machine work to make them bigger i highly doubt that they're true 155's.
Both of these guys are what I was going to say. Jesse Warren's stock+ injectors work out too be about 153cc and are $500 ready to run.

The stock injector is supposed to be 135cc. No matter what nozzle you put on it it will still only have a 135cc body.

Get the Warren's and don't look back.
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How much difference will 2cc make? And how much power do you think you could pump out of the Stock+?
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How much difference will 2cc make?

Not enough to speak about.


And how much power do you think you could pump out of the Stock+?
Given what other supporting hardware. They're a good match for a powermax and should make 460 rwhp or so.
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Old 05-24-2012, 11:50 PM
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I was leaning towards having MAD build me a Durastroke stg 1. Now my only dilemma is to either get the sticks or the turbo first
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I am leaning towards turbo myself right now
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Mads Stage1 with stock sticks should get you to 470-475. Sticks should get you knocking on 500.
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If you can only afford one of them...rule of thumb is get the injectors first then do the turbo.
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